Education-Embassy-Visa-Updates-App 1.0.3

Education Embassy: Now officially launched the app and create the packages to get latest Australian Visa updates and tips,. Here you can also fix an appointment with out Migration specialists agents in Brisbane.

Install-Package Education-Embassy-Visa-Updates-App -Version 1.0.3
dotnet add package Education-Embassy-Visa-Updates-App --version 1.0.3
<PackageReference Include="Education-Embassy-Visa-Updates-App" Version="1.0.3" />
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paket add Education-Embassy-Visa-Updates-App --version 1.0.3
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Example

What's the difference between a Working Holiday Visa and a Work visa?

If you have been pondering over this question, indeed you are not the only one. The answer to this question determines which visa option you should root for.

A Working Holiday Visa is available for the age group of 18-30 from some countries. It allows the candidate to work for short-term casually, basically to fund his traveling and living expenses in Australia. It's a great option if you are looking for an opportunity to live and work in Australia for 12 months or less. With this visa, you will be permitted to work for an employer for 6 months at a stretch. You may also undertake some seasonal work in regional Australia for 3 months, after which you can apply for a second working holiday visa. There have been some suggestions for raising the maximum age limit of this visa to 35 from 30. However, there has been no official declaration from the Australian government so the age limit still stands at 30.

Working holiday visa (417)

This visa lets people 18 to 30 years old, including people age 18 and 30, to live and work in Australia for a short term. There's an exception for the Canadian and Irish citizens though. They can be up to 35 years to have their extended holiday in Australia and work for funding the same.

For this visa, you must hold a valid passport of any of the following countries:
• Belgium
• Canada
• Republic of Cyprus
• Denmark
• Estonia
• Finland
• France
• Germany
• Hong Kong
• Republic of Ireland
• Italy
• Japan
• Republic of Korea
• Malta
• Netherlands
• Norway
• Sweden
Taiwan (other than an official or diplomatic passport)
The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

The application must be made online from outside Australia. You will be considered eligible if you are not accompanied by dependent children. Also, you should not have been in Australia on a subclass 417 or 462 visa in the past. It will allow you to stay for 12 months in Australia and costs around AUD450.
Work and Holiday Visa 462

This visa lets people from the age group of 18 to 30 years to have an extended holiday in Australia (up to 12 months) and work here to fund the same. The visa costs AUD450. The processing time takes usually from 24-32 days. It allows you to work for the short term. It can also be used to study for up to 4 months. You will be allowed to travel to and from Australia as many times as you wish. You must have a passport from an eligible country –
• Argentina
• Austria
• Chile
• China, People's Republic of
• Czech Republic
• Hungary
• Indonesia
• Israel
• Luxembourg
• Malaysia
• Peru
• Poland
• Portugal
• San Marino
• Singapore
• Slovak Republic
• Slovenia
• Spain
• Thailand
• Turkey
• Uruguay
• United States of America
• Vietnam

The other conditions are the same as the previous category.

Work visa

Work visa is something that will allow you to live and work in Australia permanently. These visas are issued under various categories -
• Skilled Independent visa
• Skilled nominated visa
• Skilled regional sponsored visa

The applicants will generally find it difficult to determine which category is suitable for them. It will be beneficial for you if you could discuss the matter with the migration consultant. According to Migration Agents in Brisbane, the migration consultant will select the right kind of visa after assessing your skills.

Changes might be on the way
The Australian Government has announced some changes to the list of eligible skilled occupations. This list contains the skilled occupation options under which the candidates can apply for the work visa. The list contains many common and uncommon occupations which help the candidates to find jobs according to their field and ability.

Example

What's the difference between a Working Holiday Visa and a Work visa?

If you have been pondering over this question, indeed you are not the only one. The answer to this question determines which visa option you should root for.

A Working Holiday Visa is available for the age group of 18-30 from some countries. It allows the candidate to work for short-term casually, basically to fund his traveling and living expenses in Australia. It's a great option if you are looking for an opportunity to live and work in Australia for 12 months or less. With this visa, you will be permitted to work for an employer for 6 months at a stretch. You may also undertake some seasonal work in regional Australia for 3 months, after which you can apply for a second working holiday visa. There have been some suggestions for raising the maximum age limit of this visa to 35 from 30. However, there has been no official declaration from the Australian government so the age limit still stands at 30.

Working holiday visa (417)

This visa lets people 18 to 30 years old, including people age 18 and 30, to live and work in Australia for a short term. There's an exception for the Canadian and Irish citizens though. They can be up to 35 years to have their extended holiday in Australia and work for funding the same.

For this visa, you must hold a valid passport of any of the following countries:
• Belgium
• Canada
• Republic of Cyprus
• Denmark
• Estonia
• Finland
• France
• Germany
• Hong Kong
• Republic of Ireland
• Italy
• Japan
• Republic of Korea
• Malta
• Netherlands
• Norway
• Sweden
Taiwan (other than an official or diplomatic passport)
The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

The application must be made online from outside Australia. You will be considered eligible if you are not accompanied by dependent children. Also, you should not have been in Australia on a subclass 417 or 462 visa in the past. It will allow you to stay for 12 months in Australia and costs around AUD450.
Work and Holiday Visa 462

This visa lets people from the age group of 18 to 30 years to have an extended holiday in Australia (up to 12 months) and work here to fund the same. The visa costs AUD450. The processing time takes usually from 24-32 days. It allows you to work for the short term. It can also be used to study for up to 4 months. You will be allowed to travel to and from Australia as many times as you wish. You must have a passport from an eligible country –
• Argentina
• Austria
• Chile
• China, People's Republic of
• Czech Republic
• Hungary
• Indonesia
• Israel
• Luxembourg
• Malaysia
• Peru
• Poland
• Portugal
• San Marino
• Singapore
• Slovak Republic
• Slovenia
• Spain
• Thailand
• Turkey
• Uruguay
• United States of America
• Vietnam

The other conditions are the same as the previous category.

Work visa

Work visa is something that will allow you to live and work in Australia permanently. These visas are issued under various categories -
• Skilled Independent visa
• Skilled nominated visa
• Skilled regional sponsored visa

The applicants will generally find it difficult to determine which category is suitable for them. It will be beneficial for you if you could discuss the matter with the migration consultant. According to Migration Agents in Brisbane, the migration consultant will select the right kind of visa after assessing your skills.

Changes might be on the way
The Australian Government has announced some changes to the list of eligible skilled occupations. This list contains the skilled occupation options under which the candidates can apply for the work visa. The list contains many common and uncommon occupations which help the candidates to find jobs according to their field and ability.

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Version History

Version Downloads Last updated
1.0.3 174 11/2/2019